Outlook receive emails not immediate despite settings?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by ritzput, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. ritzput

    ritzput Guest

    Using Vista Home Premium with Office 2007.

    Been about 1 month since i've been using Vista and i have tried setting all
    options to receive emails so when outlook is opened after computer sleeps,
    all my emails are already downloaded.

    I keep my computer on all the time and have settings to sleep after 2 hours.
    I always keep outlook open as well, so when in the morning when i first use
    it and it awakes, i click on the outlook icon on bottom toolbar (outlook has
    been open) it takes several seconds for send/receive to activate and only
    then do emails download.

    have settings at:
    tools/options/mail setup/send.receive/ checked "send immediately when
    connected" and checked "schedule auto send/rec every 1 minute".
    OUTLOOK OFFLINE=- checked: include group send/receive
    schedule auto send/receive
    every 1 minute

    When i had XP with same settings, whenever i opened outlook already running
    on toolbar, messages were already in the inbox.

    Any suggestions or is this another Vista glitch?
     
    ritzput, Jan 10, 2008
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    Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin], Jan 10, 2008
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